Riad Azam is the Executive Editor of Khurpi. He holds a postgraduate degree in English Literature from Aligarh Muslim University. He writes on students' politics, campus democracy, and developmental issues and is a students' rights (in)activist. He is passionate about football, heavy metal music and Bengali poetry.
‘Let’s see who wins in the end- you or me. I’ll destroy brahminism, I certainly will. My only sorrow is that there’s no brahminism really left to destroy ...On January 25, 2016 / By Riad Azam
I remember once I had come across a very interesting picture on my Facebook timeline. It had an image of a graffiti where it was written “If graffiti ...On June 14, 2015 / By Riad Azam
India is a land of festivals. The diverse range of festivities associated with this nation bear semblance to the multicultural ethos of it. However, every five years, India ...On May 9, 2014 / By Riad Azam
Top 10 Modern Bengali poets you must read Poetry occupies a special position in Bengali Literature. It has a long legacy with the art reaching its zenith ...On April 7, 2014 / By Riad Azam
Politics of opportunism and AMU students’ response It has always been a commonplace fact in India that its political class has failed to deliver according to its promises ...On February 27, 2014 / By Riad Azam